A Community of Believers
We were never intended to live the Christian life alone. We are not equipped to live the Christian life alone. Believers are given spiritual gifts that are to be used to bless the whole community. Christ is the head of the community of believers (the Church). The Church are his arms and feet.
The Church should provide believers with the tools, resources, and community to have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We want to help believers understand and share with others how the Gospel has impacted their lives and gives them hope. All Christians are called to participate in equipping and serving one another.
Chris is the pastor of teaching and vision at BCC. He earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering and Master of Civil Engineering degrees at Auburn University and his Master of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School. Chris worked as an engineer for 7 years before entering full time vocational ministry. Chris served at Green Valley Baptist church as interim youth minister, Sunday school teacher, youth praise team director, and preached weekly to Junior High School students.
Josh Price is a graduate of Beeson Divinity School and the Executive Pastor at Birmingham Community Church. He helped plant the church over eight years ago with the vision of reaching the lost in the “safety” of the suburbs and loving people well by making Jesus the centerpiece of everything. Ministry has been a part of his life since high school and God has shaped the idea of what it means to love people well over the course of 20 years. Some of his favorite things in life include music, sports, and most notably, his family. He is married to his wife Julia and has three busy children: Sophia, Naomi, and Asher.
Brian became the worship pastor at BCC in September of 2012. He makes sure that the story of the gospel is told every week by teaching about what God is like and what He has done through song.
Brian graduated from Auburn University in 2004 with a degree in graphic design and continues to work in that field. He and his wife, Courtney met in Auburn and were married in 2008. They have three children named Gregory, Anise, and Nolan, and a Corgi named Solo.